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Happy 4th of July, America Decorated Cookie Collection

Bring out your red white and blue decorations with lots of sparkly silver.....we are celebrating the birthday of America! YEAH! πŸŽ‰

There's so much to be thankful for. I thank God often that I've lived my life as an American and have had such incredible freedoms. 

Hurray for the RED WHITE and BLUE....

God bless America!

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Rustic Weathered Wood Ombre Heart Decorated Cookie

This idea came when I saw a photo of a rustic ombre heart with vintage paint across the wood surface. So I guess it's a combination of ombre, wood plank, and peeling paint. 😳

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Add impressed lines across the cookie dough before baking. 
Paint the cooled cookie surface in white food color gel.
Using thickened glaze, spread random amounts across the planks to give it that rustic look.

A fairly simple technique for a very trendy design... πŸ’—

 


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Merry & Bright Christmas Decorated Sugar Cookie Collection

Oh how MERRY & BRIGHT this season is.

Cookies always enhance the season and give it even more delight and pizazz. 

I pray you have a very blessed Christmas filled with amazing sights, sounds, tastes, smells, and memories.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Basket & Wood Plank Christmas Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video HERE

Snowman on Distressed Wood Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Wood Grain NOEL Plaque Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Truck with Christmas Tree Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Funky Snowman Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Christmas Gift with Bow Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

 
 


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Rustic Thanksgiving Pumpkin Decorated Cookies

I can never decorate too many pumpkin cookies during this season.
I love dreaming up as many designs and textures on cookies as possible.
This year was no exception.


We're getting our Thanksgiving "on" in a rustic pumpkin-kind-of-way.

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Check out this Textured Pumpkin Decorated Cookie Tutorial for one of the techniques shown in some of the pumpkins above.

May your Thanksgiving be filled with lots of pumpkins!



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